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Eight African inspired Coke Studio outfits we could not get enough of

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Over the past six years, Coke Studio Africa has been pushing boundaries when it comes to cultural exchange. Throughout the years, fashion has been a big element with the show’s Glam Squad & Stylists working closely with top designers from Kenya and across the continent.

Each region in Africa not only possess a wide range of different languages and cuisines but also, different senses of style. Thus, each artist brings with them to the show, the styles of their regions with their own unique touch. As a result, Coke Studio Africa boasts a myriad of different styles and fashion, forming a hybrid representing what it is to be a millennial on the African continent.

Here are some of the favourite styles and fashion from past season of Coke Studio Africa

Yemi Alade:

Yemi Alade dressed by Mambo Pambo
Yemi Alade wearing design by Nato Designs

Runtown:

Runtown wearing 1v1 garments
Runtown wearing Monoxrome

Olamide and Shekinah:

Olamide and Shekinah. Olamide is wearing Monoxrome and Shekinah is wearing her own

Nasty C:

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Nasty C (Design by Eli Clothing)

Dela:

Dela (Design by Peggy O)

Bebe Cool:

Bebe Cool (Design by Vivienne Taa)

Ali Kiba:

Ali Kiba’s outfit designed by Monoxrome

 

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